skip to Main Content

Forum

Is Tech Making HR More or Less Human?

Utilising technology in a corporate setting is all about seeking efficiencies, but when there is a “people” context, cutting corners…

More...

The Living Science of HR Is About Practice Over Theory

In any sphere of business, you won’t last long if your head is forever filled with untested hypotheses and pie-in-the-sky…

More...

Indecision Can Prove Problematic in HR

When you are dealing with people, very few decisions are clear cut. This can often result in delays and prevarication.…

More...

Gushing Positivity Isn’t Essential in HR

If a candidate walks into the room without a beaming smile, I don’t judge them. If they seem more calculating…

More...

HR Makes the Toughest Decisions

How much advertising will we buy next year? How should we configure our new warehouse? Is it time to upgrade…

More...

Does HR really Need External Recruiters?

The majority of the time, external recruiters are surplus to requirements. I am not naïve enough to suggest that recruiters…

More...

Do You Seek Contrast or Compatibility with Your Boss?

When you are making a decision about your next move, assessing the dynamics of the relationship with your future boss…

More...

Emotions Are Inevitable in HR

When you are managing people in a highly-charged workplace, it is inevitable that you are first and foremost managing their…

More...

An HR Recruiter’s New Year’s Resolutions

Dear HR Directors of the UK, this blog is written for you. As with every New Year’s resolution, I can’t…

More...

Not everyone wants a promotion

As an HR recruiter, when discussing career aspirations, I always find it interesting when (senior) people say that they don’t…

More...

HR Shouldn’t Forget About Their Own Careers

Sometimes you spend so much time thinking about others that you forget about yourself. It is a cliché that HR…

More...

Are Killer Questions a Thing of the Past?

Have you ever been to an interview and been asked a curve-ball question, to see how you react? If you…

More...
Back To Top